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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1878

J 2c A, M .1, VOL. XXVII NO 27. rLSTDIAlSTAPOLiIS, WEDNESDAY MOKXING, FEBRUAHY 20, 1878. WHOLE NO. 218. J "GOING BEIIIXO THE BETIBA8. Pear! dear! what Is the matter now With pupa's precious little pet? How trounled Is the li tie brow! ' The cheeks with falling tears are wet. Come here, and tll jour papa, woet. What it is all about." "I sha'n't!" And on a h'ooI she took a sea, luck to me, with an angry Haunt. Of conn she neoed discipline; Bat wi- who tVlt the ruoious rule In childhood are quite apt to lo At the extreme rom lhat old school. So I read od, and let her pout A while, ami theiiKaid, pleasantly, "Come, KDsvl'uny.to n about. And tell n'te what your grlel can be. I)id dolly cry when she was dressed. Or tr'arlo hark till you were 'frald. Or kitty scratch because you pressed. Or piuched, or scared her as you played? Did mamma-" "Ye! that's what it la!" She cried, and fae.-d me in a trice. "She wouUlu't do my hair in friz! And then she said I wasn't nice ! "Well, yes, i a'pose o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1878

THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOENING, FEBHUARY 20, 1878. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. SPEECH OF FBiXCIS . MOCLTOJf. "We devote considerable space to-day to the, address of Francis I). Moulton, Esq., of New York, delivered ia this city ou the evening of the 13th inst. Mr. Monlton is a merchant and a business man in the broadest signification of the term. While making no pretensions to oratory, be is nevertheless an orator. Cultured, energetic and thoroughly posted, he brings to the subjects he discusses not only a ripe scholarship, bat a large experience and familiarity, which enables him to interest and instruct those who listen to bim. Mr. Moulton looks at political -questions fron a business standpoint, aud beinga merchant, he grasps with masterly ability the facts that bear directly upon the general prosperity of the country. Mr. Moulton is in full sympathy with western interests and western enterprises. He comprehends the power and resources of the west. He recognizes the fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING; FEBRUARY 20, 1878. 'THE DOIXAB OF OUR FATHERS." BT PHILLIVS THOMPSON. Oive us the silver dollar, Hard and clear a a bell. Sounding the people' triumph And ringing the Shylock's knell! A flff, tr "public opinion ! Tw bought by the moneyed kings; The press is too often the minion Ol rascally Wall street rings. They threaten distress and ruin Shonld silver It place resume; Of terrible mischief brewing. Portending the crack ol doom. They He, and they know tney're lying, For gold keep coming down In spite of i he usurers' trying To frighten us with their frown. To our neck there clings no collar, We're nei her bribed uor sold. Hurrah for the silver dollar, By law on a par with gold. Then give us the silver dollar. The coin ttoat our fathers knew: Tww good enough in the good old days. It's good for the present, too. Ye, give us the silver dollar. That none may dare refuse; If it's good enough for the people It's good for the Wall street Jews...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1878

THE IrpiAKA STATE SENTINEL,. WEDNESDAY,. MOBNINaFEBHUAHY 20: 1878. THE DOLLAR OF OUR DADS. . The Senate, After a Seventeen Hours' Talk, Como to a Vote, And Pass the Bland Silver Bill, With Saveral Unimportant Amendments. The Vote That Did it was Forty-eight in Favor to Twenty-one Against, Being More Than a Two-Thirds Vote. A Fnll Text ofthe BUI Aft FnteteU by the 1Vie Jlcn Ht Washington. The senate continued in kession during tbe entire night, and the following report Is a continuance of the report sent over the wire Friday nicht and up to i o'clock Saturday morning. Ed. Sentinel I Washington, Feh. 1G. Mr. Morrill moved the act take effect on and after the 30. h day of June. 1S78. Mr. Allison said he did not think that was necessary. This act would take effect upon the approval of the president, which itwould nave in a few days. Mr. Conkling Does the senator speak by authority? Mr. Allison I hope we will have it The amendment was rejected. Mr. Sargent submitted the following amendme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1878

THE INT3IANA STATE SENTIKEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. EKRTJABY , 20, 1878. THE SUSPECTED FELON ACT. Judge Buskirk, of the Criminal Court, Declares It. to be Unconstitutional. Tn Full Txt of the Decistcn-TfceODjsc-tlons Urged to the Validity of the Act -An Able and Cogent Opinion. Jntfge Baskirk of the criminal courtyesterday afternoon madethefol.owinsdecision in iv?ard to tiie constitutionality of the BO-called '"Busptcted felon act" in the case cited: Thomas Lockbart vs. John Fressley, sheriff of Marlon county. ' The plaiutitr has filed in thi court a petition aliening tha'. he is illegally and wrongfully ntld in ttie of the county of Marion and Siate of In ii na On the filing of such petition a writ of l:ab?as corpus was i&utd, and the body of the petitioner was produced before me. "The bheriff lias made a return, in which he statt?, i i substance, that he is the brifr of this county, and ex oflicio the keeper of th jil of such county; that tbe petitioner was arresfd under a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDISTESD AY MOBNINGr, FEBRUARY 20, 1878 BE AYE BS' FALL. The! Nicht B fore A. Con Teas I an of tb Crime A Kevlew of (be Circumstancea of the Harder. JBpeclal Correspondence of the Sentinel.) Madisos, Ind., F?o. 15. John W. Beavers was bong in the court yard at 12 o'clgck today for the murder of John W. Sewell, of Indianapolis, on the night of November 3, 1877. THE EIME. The crime for which lieavers was bung was one of the most cold-blooded murders on record, scd certainly could net have been otherwise than premeditated, as he had ample time to think it over. lie had been in correspondence with John ,W. Sewell, of Indianapolis, for some days in reference to tbe purchase of some property in Ripley county which was in the hands of the murdered man. Beavers made a proposition to buy it, and the offer was accepted, and, to close the bargain, Beavers sent for Sewell to come down here and sign the papers and receive tbe money. Beavers met bim at North Vernon, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1878

TELE ZNDIAKA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 20, 1878. SPEECH OF HON. A. Gr. THURMAN, OF OHIO, In the Senate of the United States, Wednesday, Feb. 6, IV7H. The ienate having ander consideration the bill (II. H. No. l.UUi) to authorize the free coin.age of tue standar i silver collar and to restore iu legal tender character, Mr. Thuiman said: Xf o li)pwrnrv T T uIimH mnlnv lin fhf torlfl toi-dav. I shall appeal to no passion, to no prejudice. I shall attack no men or class 01 meu. I shall assail no one's motives, nor wast the tune of the senate In vindicating my own. I shall endeavor to speak praettcai y upon a prac ical subject and answer, as best I can, the prominent objections that have been made to Uli- hill and st .te Mime of the reasons why 1 nlve it my support. I shall speak plainly. 1 !hall be ns plain, and I fear as dnll. a a pite siutf : for I have no ambition to make what 1- called a gieat speech, i want to get down io the hu-dnesH aspect ol thU bill, toconiide...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 February 1878

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOUSING, FEBRUARY 20, 1878. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HONET AND THE MARKETS. Omer, or the Iitdiasapoijs Rentisel,) Tuesday Evemnq, 'b. 1, 178. f The past week has been a very quiet one in financial circles. The demands for loans have been fair, but not lsrge. The banks are well supplied with fund 8, and are meeting the -wants of their regular customers promptly, and strictly first claxs commercial paper 1 being negotiated at 9ri0 pi-r cent, though In some few Instances a higher and lower rate is being paid. There 1 out little doing in eastern exchange, and counter sales are being made at 1-10 premlura. INDIANAPOLIS CLEARINO nOUSE. Clearinirs B -dances. Tor the month of January .So,5I.S.ij0 8l,.9o. Friday. February I... i,0 rWurday, February 2 1,IX)0 .t,tXJ0 Moudav, February 4 2 LH 'S74D Tuesday, Februarys itw.uio 4?j Wed tiesd.v. February 6 PEW) SUm Thursdav "Februüty 7 . 1 .'00 M',i0 Friday Feh uary 8..... 7,00) 3"-00 Saturday. February iswi0 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1878

1 VOL. XXVn NO 28. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY. AIOKNINGr, FEBKUAKY 27, 1878. WHOLE NO. 219. 1 if BOXEO AND J I'LIET 187. Ilawkye. : meo. See how she leans her cheek upon her hand. 0, that I had that diamond upon her hand. That I might raise the fair and gentle wind. Juliet Ah, goodness gracious me. IJomeo. Me peak? 0, go on with the chin music, for thou art As glorious to this night, being o'er luy bead, A is a er um er ah a Ls a Kind of a ort of a kind of a ur ah A kind of a haw sort of a bird like. Juliet O, Romeo, Romeo! What is thy last name? Tis but thy nnie that is my enemy; What's Montague? O, my, what a horrid name! O, goodness gracious me. I'd rat her die Than marry a man named Montague. Couldn't yon get the 1 glslature to change your last name. And for that name, which Ls no part of thee. Take all myself? Home. HI take thee at thy word; Call me Roblnx-n, and Til take you And all your goods, chattel, manors, rents, Baven ues, real and personal property, insurance, Expectations...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1878. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. DEMOCRATIC feTATE TICKET FOR 187S. For Secretary of Stale, J. G. BHANKLIN of Vanderburgh County. For Auditor of State, MARLON D. M ANSON of Montgomery Co. For Treasurer of State, WILLIAM FLEMING of Alien County. For Attorney General, THOMAS W. WOOLLEN of Johnson County. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, J. H. 8MART of Allen County. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. COCNTT TICKFT. CORYDON II. BHIMEK, a resident of Warren township lev over ') j ears, will le a candidate before the demoeiatic convention or Mai ion county for the office of herln. R. J. CONNER will be a candidate for the nomination of clerk, subject to the decision of the democratic county convention. THOS. F. RYAN will be a candidate for the nomination ol county clerk, subject to the decision of the democratic county convention. DR. C. H. BUELLwUl be a candidate for heriQ of Marion county, subject to the dec!-' Bloa of the democrati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNING. FEBRUAItY 27, 1878. 3 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. Tall Text f th Bill Pause by the House Csni rollte on Banking- asd Currency to Retire the Circulating- of Note or National Bank. Washisotoh, Feb. 19 The following is a full text of the bill agreed on by a vote of 27 against 2 this morning by tbe house committee on banking and currency to retire the circulating of notes of national banks and for other purposes: Be It enacted, etc.. That as soon as maybe practicable, after tbe passage of tola act, the secretary or lue treasury shall cause to be prepared an Issue of treasury notes equa Jn amount to the circulate n of the national banking associations on the first day of February, lVT8, being tue sura of t,W7,üOO. which shall be used la redemption and retirement, in a way hereinafter provided, of the irculatlng notes of national bunks, which treasury notes shall be In the fol owing form: "Washington, D. C. The United S.ates of America are indebted to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1878

THE 1XDIANA STATE SEISTTIKEL, WEDNESDAY MOKKING, FEBRUARY 27, 1678. WEDNESDAY, X EBRUAKY 27. EXTRAORDINARY OFFER. Om lMlar und thirty rents will Htnn the Indiana Ktmve Seattnel from nw until March 1, t?0,aud also the Heutlnel anas r Iadiana. the latent imd niost miIet nup of tttn state yet IwhmI, i paMage paid oa both. I Send or nubacrf ptian at oee and sear the Weekly Meuttnel ami map of 1r4 Inun. Addreftfl RE.VTIXEl. COMPANY, , Indianapolis, Itid. AÜDEESOX AM HAYES. Anderson, the Louisiana returning board forger and perjisrer, has at last been sentenced to the penitentiary. It is well. The principles of truth and justice can not be forever successfully antagonized. With the Terdict, 'iciLTv' justice was re-enthroned in Louisiana, and truth, though crushed to -earth, rose again, and millions of votaries made the land vocal with their rejoicings. The dark and damnin? deeds of the conspirators are uncovered. Subjected to legal tests they were stripped of the drapery of lies, and in a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY. 27, 1878. datie, and at the end of t , fa return It U you unstained by any ac. of mlne. acwBmtRDeT or Ktuc instruction. "As the interest 'Mxj concentrated chiefly npon the treasr jp intereat geeuied to be dying out wb -n tne time for nominating a u peri n ten ,tx 0( public instruction arrived. The üel,.s tn ag0 wearyf M they had been ".inyitip their seats for nearly eight r.r To following nominations were K toüde amidst considerable confusion? A. O. Vod win, Clark county. T. H.1Inrrlton. Boone county. Jrunrs II. MiiHrt, Allen county. B. M. Blount, Tipton county. William It. ori is, Shelby county. W. W. Hibben. Marlon county. Alex. C Hopkins, Howard county. The vote was scattering, but towards the nd the delegates who had voted for other candidates than Smart began to change and cast their votes for him. and it was announced by Governor Hendricks that Professor Smart bad a decided majority, and he was declared the nominee. A d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1878

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27. 1878. TIIETTVKNTY-SECOJf I OF FEBBffABT. BT WILLIAM CCLLKS HRTAKT. Pale 1 the Februarv sky. And brief the mtdda.. ' snnny hours; The wind-swept fores', seems to sigh For the sweet time of leaver and flowirt. Yet has no month a prouderdav, Not even when the summer broods O er meadows In their fresh array. Or autumn tints the glowing woods. For this chill Reason now again Knngs, in its annual round, the mora "When, greatest of the kodk of men, Our g.onous Washington wan born. I. where, beneath an Icy shield, ( almy tbe mighty Hudnon flows! By snow-clad tril gad frozen Held Broadening tho lordly river goes. nie wildest storm that mreeps through sjwiee. And rvnüs the oalc with Mulden force. Cm raise no ripple on his face. Or sliicken his majestic course. Tims, md the wrock of thrones, uhall live Uumarrtd, unillmrued, our hero fame, And years siiweJins years shall give Increase of honors to his name. Sunday-School Times. THE ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOBNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1878. FOLDED TIIEH AWAT. Ah f well do I remember how That dreary winter day. I too the things from baby a drawer, And folded them away. I lifted first a blanket soft. Then pile of snowy stips That seemed no like my darling one. I pressed them to my lip. A little hood of silk so blue. Twm covered o'er with lace; 1 ned to thiDk it faultless once, When pressed close to her faoe. But time has done its dingy work, . It there neglected lay ; 1 dropped opu it bitter tears. Then folded It away. The faded spot npon the Tell Were frosting. roin her Dreatta ; It used to BQ'eid the chubby face Since frozen Btllf In death. i A pair of shiny ties were there, The button both cere aone; But brought to mind the happy hour When oft I sewed them on. I found a toy Tor music made, Hat could not raise a note; For all the grief X ever felt tseemeU bum tin a; then imj throaty I turned each paouent o'er and o'er, U pon i hat d reary t ay ; Tli ou ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1878. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HÖHET AND THE MARKETS. 0FFIC5 0F THK IXDIA.2fAPOI.IH SKKTIKKL,! IrcsDAT Evkjclng, Feb. 26, f The local money market bat been unusually quiet daring the week closing with this evening. The deposits have been about as heavy as any week for months past. Checking U fair, but was not as heavy as usual. There is but ..kill i' l k MH 1111(1 KV h MUA . - - - - edge commercial paper 1 being negotiated at at 8010 per cent, bat In some few cases a higher and lower rate Is being paid. There is be lag but little done in the open market, and rates are somewhat unsettled. Kastern exchange Is In fair request, and counter sales are being made at 1-1) premium. ISDLLSAPOLIS CLEARING HOUSE. Clearings. Balances. For the month of January ,$,5iä,ou" f l,i90,u Friday. February 1 V,W0 4o,000 Saturday, February 2 15,000 $1,000 Monday, February i 2 H.IWO 37,000 Juesday, February 5 ItiS.COJ 47.oiiO Vednesd-y. February 6 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 March 1878

r ' VOL. XXVII NO 29. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY rÖHNINGr, MAttCII 0, .1878. WHOLE NO. 220. ! I ii S V Foirrnr. Think mot strange I love you. Varth hti-H mtny charms ircit-ed, Floru to till the siii with gladness; 151c ko us hang n every weed. Joys sprlUK upiiVr buried s dutxis; H'ii, amiil ihia viuie' piensura Hearts possess a rr:-dy measure To detect tlm chle fest treasure; This tel! me to love you. Think not stranse I lave you. lit-itvfu has but atdmcle t-un, Tho' the nam.- of tat 1- l-Kion. Flowers look up anil but one lit the who'e celestial 'egion. sare y hert aru not Km knowing Tliiui Hi tl .wer in b.iuty growing; IJsrlit n.l J'y uoou ni liowlux Tell me 1 must love you. ThlDlc notFtranpe I love yon. Many .uml atail the ear, Itut ii knows i he h- tt ana sweaieat. Harmony it love to hear Mot when ful.e t and completes!. Melody the niot endearing Is your lire, and I, r eriu, Cau cot he p but love you. Think not tnuve I love yoa. There It mirh a- Illing a gld. And a tent that w 11 d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 March 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY M0I1NING, MAECII G, 1878. WEDNESDAY, MARCH C. HAYES AX1 HIS VETO. Elsewhere in the Sentinel will be found the veto message of 11. B. Hayes, the presidential fraud, forbidding the passage of the silver bill. We also have telegraphic advices that the house of representatives promptly passed the bill over the veto by a vote of UX3 ayes to 73 nays 22 votes more than the constitutional two-thirds majority, and that' the senate quickly followed suit in vetoing the veto by a vote of 43 yeas and 19 nayes. We can conceive of no greater humiliation of the presidential fraud, unless it be his impeachment for accepting office from the crime cursed returning board conspirators. From this day Hayes is dead and damned. The people spew him out of their mouths. He ought to be tried, convicted and sent to the penitentiary with Anderson. He represents nothing but fraud. Occupying an office to which he clime J upon a ladder of lies, he talks of "bad 'faith;" accept...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 March 1878

f THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, MAIICII G, 1878. "IS THE OLD LIKENESS." BT HESTER A. BEHKTUCT. Douelas.my Douglas, oh hear how I cry to you, Kat-ttig your land of the lupine and palm ; Hear how I cry to you, tonkins to fly 10 you From thp cold heart ol tbiscomlortless calm. Call me, I pray, lro:u the reeds where the robin, Swinging aud MngiDg alone to his mate, Hürs my 8 ow pulse to a passionate obbins? For the home lilies that grow by the gate! Oh ! at the gate, love ; Call, for I wait, love; Call, and I answer at brenkln.; of day; Sw ft o your bosom, O'er hillside and blossom, Breese like andolrd line, awake and away. Douglas, rny Douses, oh hear how I cry to you ! Leave me no lunger so lorn and so lone; Call me vour darlins, and say I may fly to you. Never to leave you, oh, Djualas, mine owo ! Oh! ir you heard the wiuds carry my sobbing Over the mountain and over th plain f Oh! if you heard my heart heavily throbbing, Under its burden of passion and pain ! No w a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 March 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENINX. MARCH 6, 1878. WEDNESDAY, MAKCII J. DEMMIUTIf STATE TICKET FOB 1ST.. Tor Secretary of State, J. O. SHANXLIX of Vanderburgh County For Auditor of .State, MAHLON D M.VNSON of Montgomery Co. For Treasurer of (stale, WILLIAM FLEMINU of Allen County. For Attorney (ieneral, THOMAS W. WOOLLEN of Johnson County. For Superintendent of l"ublic Instruction, J. II. KMART of Alien County. POLIIltAl. AXXOVSCSnCXTS. COC.NTY TICKET. CORY DON It SHIMHK, a resident of Warren township lor over .SI years, will tie a candidate bef ire the democratic convention of Matiori ocnnt.v for the olfices of sheriff. R. J. CONNER will te a candidate for the ! interests are discussed, statistics gathered nomination of clerk, subject to the decision of i anj tabulated, and sent broadcast over the the democratic county convention. TITOS. F. RYAN will be a candidate for the 1ind- ,To aI1 of thls do not obJect- The nomination of county clerk, subject (a the more accurate t...

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